No. 10 Gamecock women defeat Vandy

South Carolina beat Vanderbilt 95-82 Thursday night in Nashville.

The Gamecocks (15-3, 4-2 Southeastern Conference) again played without two-time SEC player of the year A’ja Wilson, who has a sprained right ankle.

USC was coming off an 86-70 home loss to Tennessee.

LeLe Grissett added 22 points for the Gamecocks, Lindsey Spann finished with 17 points, Tyasha Harris had 12 and Doniyah Cliney 10.

Erin Whalen scored a career-high 25 points for Vanderbilt (5-15, 1-5). Christa Reed added 23, and Cierra Walker 13.

Spann opened the game with a 3-pointer, and South Carolina never trailed. The Gamecocks led 22-18 after the first quarter and were up by as much as 16 before going into halftime up 48-40.

NEXT

Carolina returns to action this weekend when it faces Kentucky on the road on Sun., Jan. 21. Tipoff is scheduled for noon ET, and the contest will air on ESPNU.

USC Athletic Department image- used with permission.

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